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redgreenyellowblu 3 points ago +3 / -0

But Neil Young. Haven't you listened to his song "Cortez the Killer"? And cried?

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redgreenyellowblu 2 points ago +2 / -0

Most recently he had a fast food job with regular hours. If he was living with grandma and his food was paid for, it wouldn't take too long to save up a fewthousand dollars even at fast food wages.

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redgreenyellowblu 5 points ago +5 / -0

Thanks for that. My sister was a tomboy. She hated having to wear dresses with tights underneath. (This was late 60s.) She even took the scissors one day to all of her tights and tried to say a burglar must have done it, lol. But as she went into adulthood she found her own version of being feminine even though she never took to dresses. Guys all found her very pretty and liked her tomboy vibe, too.

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redgreenyellowblu 1 point ago +1 / -0

Seems like possibly a scam anyway. Shifty eyes.

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redgreenyellowblu 3 points ago +3 / -0

It's like how they might visit India and not realize all the things that send them into an existential panic about being there--the constant scamming, the pollution, the filth, the poo and urine smells, the crowds, the likelihood of being raped if they wander off alone, the groping on trains, the possibility of being drugged and victimized, are all things they wouldn't have to worry about if they went to Finland instead because of white culture.

I'd still like to visit India again someday, but I'm not going to beat up my own culture or pretend they are superior there.

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redgreenyellowblu 4 points ago +4 / -0

It's like Hawaiian Kingdom advocates all imagine themselves as kings and queens lording over the competing families.

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redgreenyellowblu 12 points ago +12 / -0

"Could I get your pronouns, please??"

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redgreenyellowblu 20 points ago +20 / -0

"I know we're not supposed to care about 'passing', but girl, you're transition is rocking it!"

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redgreenyellowblu 4 points ago +4 / -0

Farnoush Hakakian

I'm wondering if she's as Jewish as she says she is. Maybe someone knows more than me about Jewish names.

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redgreenyellowblu 4 points ago +5 / -1

"Farnoush Hakakian"

Is she really Jewish? A Muslim woman could conveniently identify as Jewish and spray swastikas to her heart's content because she'll never get convicted of a hate crime.

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redgreenyellowblu 1 point ago +1 / -0

Here's what I hear from pro-vaccine fanatics when I first told them I had a friend that died from a cardiovascular problem after his second Pfizer: "No, vaccines don't cause strokes or heart attacks." It's either that or, "Well, there was probably something else going on."

That's like you, with your insistence that the vaccine can't cause immune system damage. You don't know that, just like how when the vaccines were first first released you didn't know that they were "relatively unsafe, ineffective and even counterproductive". You didn't know at that time that it was the spike protein itself that was cytotoxic to endothelial cells. None of us knew that. None of us knew that the J&J vaccine would get quietly discontinued except for people who can't get Pfizer or Moderna. J&J was "safe and effective".

Meanwhile, many of us noticed that some people we knew were having cardiovascular problems after the vaccine. And we were dismissed.

Similarly, many of us are seeing now that some of our vaccinated friends or family are getting sick repeatedly or are getting surprise cancers. So don't be so sure of yourself here. We don't know one way or the other if repeated exposure to the mRNA genetic therapy can, in the long term, cause either immune system fatigue or can otherwise interfere with normal immune protection.

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redgreenyellowblu 1 point ago +1 / -0

I'm guessing you'll be better off if you also avoid getting the virus. If you run across the virus your immune system is going to pump out a bunch more of the antibodies to the original vaccine. So even though you didn't boosted, getting the virus is like getting a booster. Your body doesn't bother with a broad spectrum response because it thinks the spike antibodies are enough.

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redgreenyellowblu 2 points ago +2 / -0

It's unknown what will happen six months or two years from now. To keep perspective, your position--that the cost of the vaccines is higher than the virus itself-- is bonkers to people that believe wholeheartedly in the vaccines. So you might want to keep a more open mind and not be so dismissive.

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redgreenyellowblu 11 points ago +11 / -0

He was anti-work before it was cool

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redgreenyellowblu 6 points ago +6 / -0

Pride festivals existed long before corporations got involved. The gays that attend and like parading around wearing a buttplug and doggie tail, or the people that want to see that, aren't being forced to attend by corporations. There are a lot of gay people that have bought into a materialist, consumerist, and hedonistic view of themselves and life. The parades speak the truth of that. Shifting blame to corporations or "white girls" is weak.

As a gay person, I share your opposition to pride festivals, but it's not just that I find them embarrassing. I oppose the culture that they are a symptom of.

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redgreenyellowblu 1 point ago +1 / -0

How did they arrive at "Golden" for Asian American? Is that like, you're not yellow, you're just golden?

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redgreenyellowblu 6 points ago +6 / -0

"...what the American people is...are...is going through."

Must be nice getting scholarships into the best universities, popping out no smarter than before, then getting choice jobs based on having a vagina of color and chowing down on the right power lesbian.

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redgreenyellowblu 1 point ago +1 / -0

I wonder if this is a messed up legal strategy. If the school calls the ambulance, anything wrong that happens in the ambulance might place the school under liablity. If they call the parent and the kid dies, that's on the parent if the parent doesn't show up in time to help.

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redgreenyellowblu 1 point ago +1 / -0

Someone could just stand outside headquarters and wait to see who's on Grindr.

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